Many main streets there have bike lanes. However, the lay-out is; a parking lane against the curb, then a bike lane on the traffic side of the parking lane, then the car/truck/bus lane. So, every time a car pulls into or out of a parking spot, they cross directly over the bike lane. Most drivers do it with out even a glance to see if there is a bicycle there. Then, of course, at every intersection any car turning right also cuts across the bike lane.
Another example of bike lanes designed by those who don't ride and who will never understand the needs of those who do.